Elizabeth Wasil marked her selection in the United States Paralympics national swimming team for 2016 by breaking the SB7 50 metres breaststroke world record at the Jimi Flowers Classic.
Cortney Jordan, Jessica Long and Rebecca Meyers headline a 29-strong US Paralympics national swimming team for 2016.
A three-year review into swimming’s physical and visual impairment classification is set to commence this year, International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Swimming has announced.
British Swimming has announced a 25-member squad for the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) European Open Championships in Funchal, Portugal.
Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) chief executive Fiona Allan has taken responsibility for the “administration error” which saw swimmer Mary Fisher left off the list of nominations for Disabled Sportsperson of the Year at the annual Halberg Awards.
Paralympic swimming gold medallist Victoria Arlen is set to launch a new career in broadcasting with ESPN, the United States-based global cable and satellite television channel.
Paralympics New Zealand apologise after administration error sees Mary Fisher miss out on awards nomination
Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) have apologised for an “administration error” which saw swimmer Mary Fisher left off the list of nominations for the Disabled Sportsperson of the Year at the annual Halberg Awards.
Canada’s Tammy Cunnington has broken the world record in the women’s S4 50 metres butterfly by producing a stunning performance at the US Paralympics Swimming Open.
Paralympic champion Jessica-Jane Applegate starred at the British National Para-Swimming Championships in Manchester as the S14 swimmer broke two world records.
Paralympic swimming champion Ollie Hynd has visited one of his local schools in Britain to attempt to encourage youngsters to get involved in sport ahead of Rio 2016.
Paralympic gold medallist Jessica-Jane Applegate of Britain has been appointed as an ambassador for the International Sports Federation for Persons with Intellectual Disability (Inas).
Norway’s Per Runes Eknes has been announced as the new vice chairperson of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Swimming sport technical committee.
Funcho has been chosen as the name of the mascot for the 2016 International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Swimming European Open Championships in Funchal following the conclusion of a public vote.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has launched a vote to determine the name of the mascot for its 2016 Swimming European Open Championships in Funchal, Portugal.
Five-times Paralympic medallist Stephanie Millward has taken the last available space at the British Para-Swimming National Performance Centre (NPC) in Manchester ahead of Rio 2016, it has been announced.